Temple Shrine Candle Hand Painted Violet Flower 2pcs set from Kyoto


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Japanese 100% handicraft candles with violet flower painted by hand.
These candles are the miniature size of the large candles used in the temple or the shrine. 
Rice bran wax and palm wax are mixed.
No paraffin wax is used and so small amount of oily smoke.
Candle core is made of Japanese paper, Washi.

Two candles will be shipped together with a fancy box.

  • Candle Size : H 2.95inch x DIA top 0.67inch x bottom 0.47inch (H 7.5cm x Diameter top 1.7cm x bottom 1.2cm)
  • Burning time : 50 min
  • Material : Rice bran wax and palm wax are mixed. (no paraffin)
  • Core material : Japanese paper, Washi
  • Made by Nakamura candle founded in 1887 in Kyoto Japan

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It will be shipped from Kyoto Japan by free shipping air mail.
It will take about 1 or 2 weeks for the delivery.

30 days money back, buyer pays return shipping.

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Weight 36 g


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